Browsing posts tagged with: RUM

Announcing Auto-RUM for Apache, nginx
June 17, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

Real User Monitoring extends TraceView’s performance purview from the application’s backend performance to full browser pageloads.  This provides a more complete view of end-user experience. Until now, this was done by adding small script tags to the beginning and end of your templates.  Today, we’re releasing Apache and nginx instrumentation which will automate this process,
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Hey Tracing Guy!
June 3, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

Supporting a product like TraceVIew means that among other things I get to play with a broad cross section of web stacks, poke around in interesting and unusual server configurations, and field a wide array of questions. “What exactly do you mean by a trace?” (This). “Why can I install a TraceView Apache module but
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Slow and Inconsistent: Client-Side APIs (Part 2)
August 13, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

With contributions by Bobby Fitzgerald In part 1, we discussed how application-based APIs can affect web apps, and a few ways to mitigate that. In this post, we’ll talk about the other side of the coin: client-side APIs. Client Side API Tutorial For better or for worse, the world of client-side APIs is actually much
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Introducing a New Look for Traces
April 10, 2013 by

Company News

Our fundamental unit of performance data is the trace, an incredibly rich view into the performance of an individual request moving through your web application. Given all this data and the diversity of the contents of any individual trace, it’s important to have an interface for understanding what exactly was going on when a request
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AppNeta Launches Real User Monitoring for TraceView
October 24, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

I wrote two weeks ago with a preview of our Real User Monitoring (RUM) features, and today I’m excited to announce that RUM has arrived – available to all customers at no additional cost!  If you’re a TraceView user already, just log in and follow the instructions to get started.  If you’re not a TraceView customer yet, read on
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